Applications of In Ovo Technique for the Optimal Development of the Gastrointestinal Tract and the Potential influence on the establishment of its Microbiome in Poultry

Published on: 06/15/2017
Author/s : Stephanie M. Roto 1,2; Young Min Kwon 2,3,4 and Steven C. Ricke 1,2,3,4. / 1 Department of Food Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA; 2 Center for Food Safety, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA; 3 Department of Poultry Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA; 4 Cell and Molecular Biology Program, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA.

Introduction Given the fact that the poultry industry has been a main contributor to the U.S. food supply over the past two decades, with an increase from $44.4 billion in value of production in 2013 to $48.3 billion in 2014, the necessity of capitalizing on the production of poultry is evident (1, 2). With the increasing trend to systematically remove sub-therapeutic levels of antibiotics from p...

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Dr. Sudarshan P Regmi Dr. Sudarshan P Regmi
Livestock_Economics
June 15, 2017
This is an excellent paper to us.
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Tiruvarur Subramanian Thiyagasundaram Tiruvarur Subramanian Thiyagasundaram
independant poultry consultant
June 15, 2017
An excellent paper which may find nice application in future poultry food safety and security. As a scientist interested in avian embryo culture as a means of conservation,this research article will be of immense use in our efforts.
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Guillermo Craig Guillermo Craig
Animal Nutritionist
June 15, 2017
The investigations in this matter of aerly feeding, done by Uni, Z. and others, have had practical application and responses, on early growth, flock uniformity, better inmunological responses and lower mortality rates, during the first week of life and from there on.

Las investigaciones sobre este tema de alimentacion temprana, realizados por Uni, Z. y otros, han tenido respuestas sobre el crecimiento temprano, uniformidad de los lotes, mejores respuestas inmunologicas y menores indices de mortandad durante la primer semana de vida y desde alli en adelante.
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June 15, 2017
The future broiler production is getting really interesting. One section of the world like europe is going for slow growing chicken in the name of welfare and taste. The scientific world is working in the other direction to enhance the productivity by reducing the number of days to produce and less feed per unit of chicken. Geneticists are continuing to enhance growth by selection. Enhancing the productivity even before the chick is born. The breeder vaccination programs are getting crowded to boost the maternal antibodies. It will be interesting to see if we can inject vaccines, immunostimulants, nutrients and prebiotics in the egg itself and produce a broiler ready in 29 days with 1:1 feed conversion. The new entrants in to broiler chicken production are confused.
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masoomeh masoomeh
Animal Nutritionist
June 15, 2017
An exellent article...its very comelet and comperhensive paper and usable for me....good luck??
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Kamaran Abbas Kamaran Abbas
Research
June 16, 2017
very excellent article .....thanks for authors for there effort in this filed of scince
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June 16, 2017
Excellent article.......Appreciations to the authors for sharing such a nice article
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Youssef Youssef
lecturer of avian disease (virology)
June 16, 2017
Good articles and can try on parent stocks flocks pretty hatch
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Sri Purwanti Sri Purwanti
Animal Nutritionist
June 16, 2017
thanks for authors...good article....
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June 16, 2017
An excellent piece of work full of deep insight on gut health
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MUKHTAR AHMAD MUKHTAR AHMAD
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
June 16, 2017
Thank u fr this infrmative article
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Zaheeruddin Zaheeruddin
Specialized in Veterinary Medicine
June 20, 2017
This is an Interesting article opening up avenues for further research on chicken gut health improvement, disease prevention, immune enhancement and also for consumer safety possible applications with Ovo Technique.
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June 27, 2017
Sir
Excellent article and good information.
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MUKHTAR AHMAD MUKHTAR AHMAD
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
May 6, 2018
Nice info
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